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Peace Advisory Board to be established

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KABUL: Based upon the presidential decree and to establish a national understanding for ensuring peace through discussion with elites and jihadi, political and social figures, peace consultative board would be chaired by the president, the Presidential Palace said in a statement the other day.
According to the statement, the board is responsible to share constructive and necessary consultations with the government’s leadership.
The board would also supervise peace negotiations process, the statement added.
Meetings of the board would be attended by the national unity government’s leadership, national assembly members, chief justice, national security advisor, general director of presidential office, attorney general, national security director, the state minister on parliamentary affairs, local organs general director, heads of Afghanistan ulama council and high peace council secretariat.
National Security Council is responsible for the board’s secretariat.
To get the people views and inform them on peace talks’progress, the following committees would be formed;
· Political parties’ representatives committee,
· Religious scholars and ulama representatives committee,
· Afghan elite women committee,
· Tribes chieftains and representatives’ committee,
· Civil and cultural activists’ committee,
· Private sector representatives’ committee,
· A committee of Afghans living abroad and refugees’ representatives,
· Youth representatives’ committee,
· War victim families representatives’ committee
The committees are tasked to collect the people suggestions, analyze them and present information about peace process progresses to them.
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